I Smell A False Prophet
Something feels all too familiar about Prophet Yahweh.
I advise ATSers not to be taken in by his humble and likable demeanor. That's how confidence scams are set up.
First, you need to trust them. Somewhere along the line, despite the “good intentions” of the con artist, and despite his expressed reluctance,
money will somehow leave your control and enter his.
When you find yourself reaching for your credit card, I advise not ignoring those alarm bells in the back of your head.
While I wish to keep an open mind, my sense of this is that it is not only a hoax, but a con, with your money being the object of Prophet Yahweh's
Hey, I could be wrong. If I am, then according to PY himself all of Las Vegas will see his proof.
If so, then great.
If I predict that it doesn't happen, and it doesn't, does that make me a prophet?
I advise fellow ATSers to be cautious about making leaps of faith.
Our dear Prophet Yahweh is not what he seems to be.
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If you have used a credit card
to access Prophet Yahweh's website, I strongly recommend contacting your credit card company and verifying that
you have not been charged more than you agreed to.
If your credit card company allows it, you may wish to ask them to deny any future charges to that merchant, but bear in mind that PY's associates
may use your data to make charges from other merchant accounts.
Credit watch strongly advised.
If unapproved charges start appearing, the sooner you and your credit card company know, the better for everyone.
I'm not saying that PY is necessarily a fraud, but with a stack full of credit card info, he can quite easily overcharge the cards, convert that to
cash and head to Brazil during his “45-day media-only event”, which may be legitimate -- or may be 45 days to get the hell out of dodge.
Again, I wish not to defame PY if he's the real deal, however, it is also possible
that he's a con artist. On the off chance that he is, I
recommend protecting your credit card and your money.
I'm not out to point fingers at anyone, but I do advise my fellow ATSers to take care.
[edit on 6/2/2005 by Majic]